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Author: hikergal

enjoying hiking the woods of Connecticut and the corner of three states. On occasion hike outside of this area. I always hike with my best buddy, best hiking partner, my husband.

Day 15 – The Leaving

Parting is such sweet sorrow, so true when we leave an island. It is a wee bit easier to leave knowing you are returning in a few months, the parting is less harsh to the emotions. As usual we were up early, eeeeeeks we had to set an alarm. No time for cloud viewing but…

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Day 14 – Last Full Day

This is our last full day. We just meandered about after my cloud viewing and our breakfast. Our first stop of the day was the grocery store. I had a tee shirt to pick up from our new friend we met yesterday to support the Mack Knowles Jr. Sail Club and pick up some gingernut…

Day 13 – Connections

There is a bad side to social media and also a good side. This trip has been enhanced due to the positive connections we’ve made through social media and the internet. I did my early morning cloud viewing, followed by a breakfast of french toast sticks topped with dilly, papaya, and star fruit. A plating…

Day 12-Tiring Day

When you visit 3 beaches, complete 3 miles of beach walks, swim over a few lots to check out a house for sale and watch kids sail you become so exhausted you can’t think of words to write the blog, so you don’t until the following day. By now you know the routine, get up,…

Day 11 – Ho Hum

Well after yesterday’s unexpected manatee experience any day from now on is just going to seem ho hum. But I’ll take ho hum down here any day though. Rain greeted me as I went out for morning mediation of clouds. Came inside and made johnny cake, while Mike created tonight’s dessert of mashed bananas, dilly…